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WebRTC is an open standard originally developed to allow browser-based, peer-to-peer audio and video chats over the Internet in real-time, without the need for browser plugins. One well-known example is Google hangouts, which uses WebRTC to provide real-time online communication sessions.
A myriad of mobile devices today feature built-in cameras that, when paired with onboard processors, provide intelligent image capture and vision processing capabilities. These capabilities are being driven by advances in Computer Vision (CV) and Deep Learning (DL) which can rely heavily on information that comes from a camera.
Today Microsoft is releasing Visual Studio 15.8 1 – this new software development kit provides the tools to create 64-bit (ARM) apps for the new generation of Windows PCs powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Mobile PC Platform. This means, in addition to the ARM32 SDK already available, developers can now access the ARM64 SDK for Windows 10 to build apps to take advantage of the fast performance and long battery life on the Always On, Always Connected PCs* powered by Snapdragon.
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